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The Book Pennies
The Author Lee Fitzgerald
The Publisher
Release Date2015-07-15
Genre Cent
Pages 24
ISBN 1499407297
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Whose face is on the penny? How many pennies are in a dollar? Readers discover the answers to these important questions and many more as they learn about pennies. The clear text features challenging terms to help readers develop strong comprehension skills. Vibrant, eye-catching designs and colorful Photographs enhance the reading experience. Readers also strengthen their vocabularies with the help of a colorful picture glossary. With each turn of the page, they discover new facts that apply to both social studies and math curricula, including the meaning of the images on the penny and the value of a penny compared to other coins and bills.


The Book Pennies
The Author Mary Hill
The Publisher Childrens Press
Release Date2005
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
Pages 24
ISBN 0516251325
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The Money Matters emergent reader series introduces children to the basics of money. The spreads link text to images and discuss the meanings of the symbols on each coin and bill, and how people earn, save, and spend money. Includes glossary with pronunciation guide and an index. Also includes To Find Out More section that lists additional reading materials and websites that will encourage readers to learn more about money and beginning finance. This Welcome Book introduces readers to the penny. Learn what pennies are made of, what each symbol on the front and back means, and how many pennies make a dollar.


The Book A Barrel Full of Pennies
The Author John Patrick
The Publisher Dramatists Play Service Inc
Release Date1971
Genre Drama
Pages 62
ISBN 0822200953
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: THE STORY: In the household of Adonis Samaritan, cab driver and lover of mankind, all homeless creatures, dogs, lame ducks and people--are welcome, much to the distress of daughter Alicia, who wishes she didn't have to be embarrassed at the thought


The Book Pennies
The Author Pepper Winters
The Publisher Pepper Winters
Release Date2016-07-20
Genre Fiction
Pages 250
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: New York Times Bestseller, Pepper Winters, delivers another delicious Dark Romance. "I'm not the hero in this story, girl. You'd do best to remember that." Once upon a time, I was an eighteen year old psychology student. Now, I’m a man’s property. Stolen and sold, I’ve been decorated in bruises since the day my world changed two years ago. I suffer in silence, I crave freedom, but I never break. I can’t. Until he arrives. Elder Prest, the only man to look at me and see me. The only man more ruthless than my owner. He wants me for reasons I don’t understand. He claims me for one night then leaves and never looks back. Until he returns. And life becomes much more complicated. 5 STARS - You don't know DARK ROMANCE until you've picked upa Pepper Winters book!--Shayna's Book Blog 5 STARS - This book wrecked me! Ripped me apart bit by bit!--Deb Carroll


The Book Pennies from Heaven
The Author Andrea Faust
The Publisher Tate Publishing
Release Date2009-10
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Pages 30
ISBN 9781607990123
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Young Ben learns the legend of the lost and forgotten penny and how he can make a difference in the world.


The Book Bob Frost A Trail Of Pennies
The Author Stephen J. Napolitano
The Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date2010-04-22
Genre Self-Help
Pages 231
ISBN 9781450065443
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: This collection of thoughts and ideas came from an outcry of pain and suffering. Many people are in need to be listened to and call for action. I just wanted to freestyle with writing and help those believe in themselves. The more I wrote, the larger the readership grew. I received correspondence from all over on how a certain story helped them in some way. Sometimes I was asked to write something to inspire an event that was coming up and it ended up inspiring the masses. My intention was simple just to write what I felt on certain things and remind people how important and special they are. There are many people that feel lost and need guidance and I assumed a role to simply guide those lost souls. Most people I have encountered never were lost. They were just sidetracked off their path or journey. The snowball effect happened as I wrote more and these are a collection of my most favorite stories. These aren’t mine; they belong to you, the reader. They have helped so many and I hope they help a new group of people by getting the word out. Bob Frost was created a while ago for my love of Robert Frost. I first heard “Nothing Gold Can Stay” from “The Outsiders” and fell in love with the poem. I’ve been studying his many quotes and poems, and made me look up to him as a writer, mentor and even friend. I took his name in celebration of his work and wishful thinking. I joined an anonymous website to express some personal issues in my life and quickly found others just like me. People had gotten to know me as “Bob” and I stuck with it. My real name, real life, make no difference and I preferred to remain an unknown person writing to many people about what they wanted to talk about. Some chose to write about happy things and some wanted to vent and get some answers. To me, it’s the never ending quest for wisdom and knowledge. I possess none or pretend that I do. These stories are just my opinions, not facts. I don’t have a degree in anything other than “life”. I’m a middle class male in America trying to find my own way in life, my path. I don’t boast a PhD in anything other than hard knocks. I love to write and I enjoy helping others effortlessly. If I don’t have an answer for you, I’ll find out one and help you any way I can. I’m here to live my life and walk my path. What I didn’t realize is that while I live my life I encounter others on my path. Some are looking for guidance; some are looking for a helping hand. Some people just ignore and keep on walking. I refuse to believe in that way of thinking. As much as I argue with others about what I do, I feel the personal need to listen to every voice that write or talks to me. It makes for a difficult life for me, but the rewards mean more to me than anything. You have to sacrifice so much to be happy. You have to sometimes put everything and everyone aside and believe me, I did at first. I lost a lot but later found out it was the others that lost me. It took a long, vigorous process for me to accept the fact that not everyone is going to accept me. I’ve tried my whole life to be accepted and I still feel as if I’m not totally a part of society. So I write on and hopefully help others feel comfortable and at ease. I have always been an empath and that alone is a pain that I wouldn’t wish on anyone. Believe me, it’s mostly my own fault for being so naïve, but like I stated before, the rewards are limitless. So many people have thanked me and told me stories of success. The last couple of years I’ve told that I should publish my writing and try to get this message out to as many people as I can. After much thought, I decided to go for it. This book represents who and what “Bob Frost” is. I hope I don’t come off as pompous, but I finally separated myself from my alter ego. I am an individual and that’s why I have come out and did this. I don’t use politics or religion in my writing. I feel the human soul is enough of a religious and political struggle within you. I don’t use it a


The Book Poisoned for Pennies
The Author Frank Ackerman
The Publisher Island Press
Release Date2008-05-23
Genre Law
Pages 352
ISBN 1610911016
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: “Cost-benefit analysis” is a term that is used so frequently we rarely stop to think about it. But relying on it can lead to some dubious conclusions, as Frank Ackerman points out in this eye-opening book. For example, some economists have argued that states should encourage—and even subsidize—cigarette smoking by citizens because smoking will shorten life spans and therefore reduce the need and expense of caring for the elderly. How did the economists reach that conclusion? The answer is cost-benefit analysis, Ackerman explains. Then in clear, understandable language, he describes an alternative, precautionary approach to making decisions under uncertainty. Once a mere theory, the precautionary principle has now been applied in practice through the European Union’s REACH protocol. Citing major studies, many of which he has directed, he shows that the precautionary approach has not only worked, but has been relatively cheap. Poisoned for Pennies shows how the misuse of cost-benefit analysis is impeding efforts to clean up and protect our environment, especially in the case of toxic chemicals. According to Ackerman, conservatives—in elected office, in state and federal regulatory agencies, and in businesses of every size—have been able to successfully argue that environmental clean-up and protection are simply too expensive. But he proves, that is untrue in case after case. Ackerman is already well known for his carefully reasoned attacks on the conventional wisdom about the costs of environmental regulation. This new book, which finds Ackerman ranging from psychological research to risk analysis to the benefits of aggressive pesticide regulation, and from mad cow disease to lead paint, will further his reputation as a thought leader in environmental protection. We can’t afford not to listen to him.


The Book Pennies from Heaven
The Author Russell Sanjek
The Publisher
Release Date1996
Genre Business & Economics
Pages 769
ISBN STANFORD:36105011400640
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The technological and economic revolutions of the twentieth century have transformed the music business many times over. Pennies from Heaven is the definitive account of those transformations, from Thomas Edison's cylinders to Digital Audio Tape, from the rise and fall of vaudeville to the advent of the huge entertainment conglomerates, from the sale of sheet music to the marketing of music videos, from house organists for silent movies to soundtracks which sell in the tens of millions. Along the way, the book describes the workings of the performing rights organizations ASCAP and BMI; the demise of Hollywood's dominance of popular music after World War II; the growth of new genres, from rhythm-and-blues to rap and metal; the transformation of music radio from AM to FM; the establishment of "top 40" and the methods used to collect the necessary data; the rise of rock and its multi-billion-dollar business; the changes in copyright law; the strange career of the FCC; and trends to watch for in the music business as it enters the twenty-first century. The product of years of research, Pennies from Heaven undoubtedly ranks as one of the most essential and comprehensive books on American popular culture.


The Book Operations and Algebraic Thinking Leveled Problems Grouping Pennies
The Author Linda Dacey, Ed.D.
The Publisher Teacher Created Materials
Release Date2014-07-01
Genre
Pages 4
ISBN 9781480786271
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Differentiate problem solving in your classroom using effective, research-based strategies. This lesson focuses on solving problems related to grouping pennies. The problem-solving mini-lesson guides teachers in how to teach differentiated lessons. The student activity sheet features a problem tiered at three levels.


The Book Lucky Pennies
The Author J. King
The Publisher Lulu Press, Inc
Release Date2014-11-08
Genre Reference
Pages
ISBN 9781326074319
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: LET ME SHOW YOU HOW TO SAVE YOURSELF RICH THROUGH PROPERTY INVESTING ... and to SAVE yourself FROM ... • Relying on a pension that may not exist and deciding between buying a tin of soup or heating your home aged 77! • The dreaded rat race and working for someone else! • Wave goodbye to being a slave to a stupid rota or some other type of really annoying schedule! • Working HARDER and LONGER for LESS and LESS! This is just plain nuts!• Missing precious family time! Your children are growing up without you while you sit at work all day trying to dodge your boss's stale coffee breath! • A life-time paying the Taxman (or as he’s better known in this book, old Scar Face!) far too many of your Lucky Pennies!


The Book Pennies from Heaven
The Author Gretchen Gibbons
The Publisher Martingale
Release Date2010-11-09
Genre Crafts & Hobbies
Pages 96
ISBN 9781604681246
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Combine cotton and wool in a fresh new look! With vibrant colors and a sophisticated touch, this collection features the stunning "Pennies from Heaven" design that quilters fell in love with at quilt shows across the country. The book also includes an array of smaller projects that incorporate the blocks from the main quilt. Find patterns for 10 applique blocks that add just the right touch of color and warmth Create table mats and wall hangings, as well as a table runner, pillow, and curtain valance Discover how easy, fast, and fun wool applique can be


The Book Pennies from Heaven
The Author Lorrien Crowder
The Publisher LifeRich Publishing
Release Date2017-10-16
Genre Religion
Pages 362
ISBN 9781489709035
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: When he rains, it pours-only it’s pennies. Real pennies! Pennies from heaven. Penny Haven, USA, suffers its worst drought, the third in a row. Crops and orchards fail, and when 60-year-old Arliss Potts, the last of the small farmers in Penny Haven, loses his custodial job, he is at his wits end. The Potts family, an African-American family, are a God-abiding family, and try to live by the Ten Commandments. But when bills mount, Arliss’s faith is tested. He trusts in the Lord and prays daily, but when it seems the family might lose their beloved farmstead, Arliss is just about ready to call it quits. He prays and asks for a ‘sign.’ A sign for them to stay. If he doesn’t get a sign within a week of asking the Lord, Arliss decides to end it all and leave his family the life insurance policy so his family will be provided for and can stay on the farmstead they love. The sign comes in a most unexpected way and tests Arliss Potts and his family’s faith in ways they never anticipated.


The Book Operations in Base Ten Leveled Problem Problem Solving How Many Pennies
The Author Linda Dacey, Ed.D.
The Publisher Teacher Created Materials
Release Date2014-01-01
Genre
Pages 4
ISBN 9781425885434
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Differentiate problem solving in your classroom using effective, research-based strategies. The problem-solving mini-lesson guides teachers in how to teach differentiated lessons. The student activity sheet features a problem tiered at three levels.


The Book Picking Up Pennies
The Author Ann S. Danly
The Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release Date2004
Genre
Pages 148
ISBN 9781412036450
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Picking Up Pennies is for people who need guidance in managing money. In simple language, it offers advice on how to get more for your dollar; how to avoid stressful debt; how to build a sound financial future so you can enjoy economic freedom; how to grow pennies into nickels, dimes, quarters, dollars.


The Book I Bend Down for Pennies and I Bend Down to Pray in a Broken Church
The Author Rev. Anthony C. Catalano
The Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date2017-03-09
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages 462
ISBN 9781524674991
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: I am a second generation, oldest son of an immigrant Sicilian family. I became a Roman Catholic priest. I left the priesthood and married. I raised a family and now I have returned to the priesthood again with the Independent Catholic Movement. When I wrote this book, I wanted to be honest. I sought neither to enhance my self-portrayal nor diminish it. For me that meant I had to reveal how I honestly thought, felt, and acted at specific times in my life. I had no idea how much appreciation and pain I would experience from reviewing my life like this. It was not easy.


The Book Picking up Pennies
The Author J. D. Wellander
The Publisher iUniverse
Release Date2014-07-31
Genre Fiction
Pages 114
ISBN 9781491739976
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Lucie and Avalon have just finished school, and it's time for summer break. They are ready for three months of fun and adventure. Little do they know, danger is about to spoil their plans. In their small town (where everybody knows everybody), three crimes shock the neighborhood and set everyone on edge. First, there is a liquor store robbery, followed quickly by an act of arson. In both of these cases, the criminal is brought to justice. It's none other than Bob Harden, a known villain and misfit. When local boy Charlie goes missing, though, Bob is not so easy to blame. It might take some sleuthing to solve this one Never ones to back down from adventure, Lucie and Avalon decide to search for the missing boy. The clues are sparse, beyond an odd trail of pennies leading down to the local lake. Soon, the girls are in dangerous circumstances they never expected. Still, they press on, brave as ever, in search of Charlie as they struggle to save summer.


The Book Pennies Fun Heaven
The Author Dr. Juan Trafton Schmeltanzinger
The Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date2009-03-23
Genre Fiction
Pages 160
ISBN 1467050385
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: So, what would you do if a blow to the head ended your marriage, career, and middle class life, andleft youno choice but to retire to a trailer park by the beach next to Mexico, to become a rookie writer on a pittance? "Pennies-Fun-Heaven!" is the answer that turns poverty's grind into a satisfied grin. This book is the collaboration oftwo parts of mind divided by that blow. Gerald, the retired psychologist, gives the straight savings scoopin the chapters. Dr. Juan (Trafton Schmeltanzinger) appends one of his nonfriction twists, like this, to each: What to do in your trailer park daze. Self-sex and dating. Cruise writing treat trips. Verbal nuggets in the park gutter. Trailer Park Shrink Q & A. Healthy habits you can'tfind the time for. And zany ways to pinchpennies. "Pennies-Fun-Heaven!" wags the slap-happy tale of the priceless life ofa Trailer Park Shrink that you can apply to your present life anywhere.


The Book A Pocket Full of Pennies
The Author Rick Amato
The Publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers
Release Date1994
Genre Religion
Pages 156
ISBN 0840734301
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Author and internationally known evangelist Rick Amato uses his own rich experiences to illustrate ten key character qualities that God calls His children to daily. Just as a penny has two sides, so do each of these qualitites have a flip side with an obstacle which must be overcome.


The Book Nickels and Pennies
The Author Deborah Williams
The Publisher Kaeden Corporation
Release Date2005-01-01
Genre Money
Pages 12
ISBN 9781879835870
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Nonfiction, Reading Recovery Level 4, F&P Level C, DRA2 Level 3, Theme Money, Stage Emergent-Early, Character N/A


The Book Bad Pennies and Dead Presidents
The Author Jon Dietrick
The Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Release Date2012-11-15
Genre Performing Arts
Pages 155
ISBN 9781443842846
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: This study closely analyzes key works by five pivotal playwrights: Sidney Kingsley, Arthur Miller, David Mamet, August Wilson, and Suzan-Lori Parks, in a comparison of the treatment of money in a range of American plays from the Great Depression to the early twenty-first century. Money emerges as a site of anxieties regarding the relation of signs to the real: a “monstrous” substance that seems to breed itself from itself; a dangerous abstraction that claims for itself a “hard” reality, transforming lived reality into an abstraction. At the same time, money’s self-generating properties have made it a serviceable metaphor for the American ideal of “self-making”; money’s ability to exchange means for ends, abstract for concrete, representation for real, has made it an emblem of our postmodern condition. Money has been conceived as a malevolent force robbing us of our natural relation to the world and to ourselves, and as an empowering one with which we may remake this relation. This ambivalence about money constitutes an important animating tension of American drama. Furthermore, anxieties surrounding money resemble in important ways anxieties surrounding theatre, and the plays’ treatment of money reveals interesting tensions between a persistent American dramatic realism and naturalism, and a philosophical and aesthetic postmodernism.